Bachelor in Physics

Bachelor Degree
180 ECTS
Free access with self-assessment test
Three years length
Via della Ricerca Scientifica, 1 00133 Roma
Language: Italian

Graduates of the Bachelor in Physics will carry out professional activities in the fields of technological applications of Physics at an industrial level (e.g. electronics, optics, IT, mechanics, acoustics, etc.), laboratory activities and related services, in particular, to radiation protection, environmental control and safety, the development and characterization of materials, telecommunications, remote controls of satellite systems and participation in the activities of public and private research bodies, and in all areas, even if not scientific (e.g. economics, finance, security), where the ability to analyze and model even complex phenomena with scientific methodology is required.

The course is structured in two different curricula:

  • Fisica
  • Fisica dell'Atmosfera e del Clima e Meteorologia

Both curricula provides activities aimed at acquiring basic and fundamental knowledge:

  1. a basic knowledge of algebra, geometry, differential and integral calculus;
  2. fundamental knowledge of classical physics, theoretical physics and quantum physics and their mathematical bases;
  3. chemistry elements;
  4. aspects of modern physics, relating for example to nuclear and subnuclear physics, the structure of matter and astronomy and astrophysics;

among the training activities in the various disciplinary sectors, they provide laboratory activities for a suitable number of credits, in particular dedicated to the knowledge of experimental methods, measurement and data processing; they can provide, in relation to specific objectives, external activities, such as training placements in companies, public administration structures and laboratories, as well as study stays at other Italian and foreign universities, also in the framework of international agreements.

After a three-year degree, you can:

  1. enter the world of work
  2. enroll in the Master's degree

The course prepares the profession of Physical Technicians (ISTAT code 3.1.1.1).

You will also have access to technical professions in government organizations or private sectors (banking, insurance companies, services) at intermediate decision-making levels: Employment in the industry as technical assistants for example in sectors such as electronics, software / computing, telecommunications, materials.

CURRICULUM "PHYSICS"

First Year 

I° semester

II° semester

Calcolo 1
Geometria
Inglese  

Meccanica e Termodinamica
Laboratorio di Fisica 1
Chimica

2° YEAR

I° semester

II° semester

Calcolo 2
Elettromagnetismo   
Lab. di Calcolo Numerico e Informatica

Relatività, Onde ed Ottica
Laboratorio di Fisica 2
Meccanica Analitica
Elective Course (6 CFU)

3° YEAR

I° semester

II° semester

Meccanica Quantistica
Metodi Matematici della Fisica
Laboratorio di Fisica 3
Elective Course or Placement (6 CFU)

Struttura della Materia
Meccanica Statistica
Elem. di Fisica Nucleare
Final Exam

                      

Curriculum “PHYSICS OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND METEREOLOGY”

First Year 

I° semester

II° semester

Calcolo 1
Geometria
Inglese

Meccanica e Termodinamica
Laboratorio di Fisica 1 
Chimica 

2° YEAR

I° semester

II° semester

Calcolo 2 
Elettromagnetismo
Lab. di Calcolo Numerico e Informatica  

Relatività, Onde ed Ottica
Laboratorio di Fisica 2
Geofluidodinamica
Elective Course (6 CFU)

3° YEAR

I° semester

II° semester

Meccanica Quantistica
Metodi Matematici della Fisica
Fisica dell’Atmosfera
Elective Course or Placement (6 CFU)   

Struttura della Materia
Elem. di Fisica Nucleare e Subnucleare
Climatologia
Final Exam

 

Elective Courses (6 ECTS unless indicated otherwise)

First Semester 
Physics

Fisica Biologica 1 

Fisica Biologica 2 (*)

Secondo Semestre
Math
Fondamenti di Analisi Matematica (*) (!)
Algebra 1 (*) (!)(8 cfu – Borrowed from Laurea in Math Degree Course)

Computer Technology
Fondamenti di Informatica (*) (!) (Borrowed from  Computer Technology Degree Course)

Physics
Acceleratori di Particelle (*)
Acustica (*) - Borrowed from Science and Media Tecnologies Degree Course 
Complementi di Ottica (*) – Borrowed from Material Science Degree Course
Elementi di Astrofisica (*)
Elettronica 1 (*)
Fisica dei Plasmi (*)
Fisica dei Sistemi Dinamici (*) (!)
Fisica Medica (*)
Fisica Teorica 1 (*)
Fluidodinamica (*) (!) (6 cfu, part of o Geofluidodinamica 9 cfu)
Introduzione all’Astronomia (*) (!)
Gravitazione
Materiali e Fenomeni a Basse Temperature – Borrowed from Material Science Degree Course
Metodi Probabilistici per la Fisica (*) (!)
Metodologie Sperimentali per la Ricerca di Processi Rari (*)
Misure ed Analisi di Biosegnali
Nuclear Sciences and Applications
Radioattività
Relatività e Cosmologia 1
Storia della Scienza (*) (!) (8 Cfu)
Termodinamica dei Processi Irreversibi (*)
Chimica
Chimica Biologica (*) (9 cfu)
Chimica Fisica con Laboratorio (*) (9 cfu)
Biologia
Genetica di Base e Tecnologie Genetiche (*) (!) (7 cfu)


(*) these courses doesn't need to pass first Quantum Mechanics.
(!) These courses can be attended on the second semester of the second year.


Extra-curricula teaching
Esperimenti Didattici nella Fisica Classica e Moderna (I semester)
Fondamenti di Didattica della Fisica (II semester)

 

 

 

Elective Courses (6 ECTS unless indicated otherwise)

First Semester 
Physics

Fisica Biologica 1 
Fisica Biologica 2 (*)

Second Semester
Math
Fondamenti di Analisi Matematica (*) (!)
Algebra 1 (*) (!)(8 cfu – Borrowed from Laurea in Math Degree Course)

Computer Technology
Fondamenti di Informatica (*) (!) (Borrowed from  Computer Technology Degree Course)

Physics
Acceleratori di Particelle (*)
Acustica (*) - Borrowed from Science and Media Tecnologies Degree Course 
Complementi di Ottica (*) – Borrowed from Material Science Degree Course
Elementi di Astrofisica (*)
Elettronica 1 (*)
Fisica dei Plasmi (*)
Fisica dei Sistemi Dinamici (*) (!)
Fisica Medica (*)
Fisica Teorica 1 (*)
Fluidodinamica (*) (!) (6 cfu, part of o Geofluidodinamica 9 cfu)
Introduzione all’Astronomia (*) (!)
Gravitazione
Materiali e Fenomeni a Basse Temperature – Borrowed from Material Science Degree Course
Metodi Probabilistici per la Fisica (*) (!)
Metodologie Sperimentali per la Ricerca di Processi Rari (*)
Misure ed Analisi di Biosegnali
Nuclear Sciences and Applications
Radioattività
Relatività e Cosmologia 1
Storia della Scienza (*) (!) (8 Cfu)
Termodinamica dei Processi Irreversibili (*)
Chimica Biologica (*) (9 cfu)
Chimica Fisica con Laboratorio (*) (9 cfu)
Biologia
Genetica di Base e Tecnologie Genetiche (*) (!) (7 cfu)


(*) Quantum Mechanics is not a pre-requisite for these courses
(!) These courses can be attended on the second semester of the second year.


Extra-curricula teaching
Esperimenti Didattici nella Fisica Classica e Moderna (I semester)
Fondamenti di Didattica della Fisica (II semester)

Coordinator of the Physics Study Program:

Prof. Annalisa D'Angelo

Teaching Secretariat of the Physics Study Course:

Samanta Marianelli, Tel.: 0672594849
e-mail: samanta.marianelli@uniroma2.it

Reception hours: Monday and Friday 10.00 / 12.00 - Wednesday 14.00 / 16.00